CALL FOR ENTRIES
Various open calls for visual artists, writers and musicians.
Explore the many opportunities by downloading the PDF's or following the web links.
SUMMER LECTURE APPLICATION 2017
Application deadline: March 31, 2017
Native Artists, historians and cultural bearers have the opportunity to share their knowledge and skill with visitors of the Crazy Horse Memorial by offering a one hour lecture on a Thursday evening from June through August, the program will provide an educational opportunity for visitors to learn and interact with the professional.
All material must be received by March 31, 2017. Accepted artist will be notified of by April 15, 2017.
Download the application below
Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute | June 11 - 23, 2017
Applications Due: April 1, 2017
The OHSAI is a free summer art institute open to high school students grades 10-12, with a demonstrated talent in the visual arts and strong interest in Indian culture. Participants are selected based upon their applications. Special attention is given to applications from Native American students.
How to Apply
Applications are due April 1 and must include:
For more information or to apply to this year’s Institute please contact them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone 605-677-5636.
Artists Needed to Wrap Downtown Rapid City in Original Art & Photography
Deadline: May 1, 2017
Destination Rapid City (DRC), along with the Rapid City Arts Council (RCAC) and Mt. Rushmore Road Group (MRRG), is inviting artists to submit artwork for nine (9) additional traffic signal boxes as part of our city beautification project, designed to beautify downtown Rapid City and Mt. Rushmore Road. In partnership with Clean Slate Group (CSG), we are wrapping unsightly traffic signal boxes in high-performance and graffiti-resistant vinyl printed with local, original artwork. Artists have an opportunity to see their original work displayed publicly in Rapid City.
More info HERE.
Call for Artists “Create! On the Prairie”
Deadline: May 1, 2017
An upcoming artist group exhibition for the Granary Rural Cultural Center, Groton, SD a rural cultural center, which is managed by the Dacotah Prairie Museum in Aberdeen.
For questions, contact Lora Schaunaman, Event Chair, at 605.626.7117.
Download the application --->
Call to Artists ~ Piedmont Valley Library
Piedmont Vally Library are always looking to showcase local talent and fill out their yearly calendar! If you are a local artist interested in exhibiting your work, please contact them at 605-718-3663.
For more info, click HERE.
Calling All Artists, Musicians and Healers
The Rapid City Regional Cancer Institute has developed an innovative new program called Healing Arts. The program provides cancer patients and their families, art instruction, music, yoga and massage. All of which are instrumental in healing from cancer. This is also a great way for cancer patients to get to know one another and realize they are not alone in their fight. We are looking for artists, musicians and healers to be a part of this dynamic program to help enhance the quality of life for cancer patients!
For more information call Jennifer 605.786.8863